Today we are pleased to report on a vehicle from the Audi brand which is all set to go on sale later on this year and comes to us in the form of the brand new A7 Sportback model. The vehicle is officially on sale right now with deliveries arriving later on this year. The A7 was first launched around the world in 2010 and has been a key seller for the brand over the past four years. The vehicle itself is a facelifted variant of the car and now with the A7 Sportback we see some changes made to the vehicle which include a revised engine line up, updates to the style and design of the car, brand new trim levels for the vehicle and much more improved technology than the previous addition to the range.
So first of with a look into the power side of the car and the brand new engine range that comes along with it, we see the options of two petrol units and three diesels come as part of the package. Power for the different variants range between 215 and 328 brake horse power. There is a brand new 3.0 TDI Ultra model on offer aswell as a 4.0 TFSi and a 4.0 litre TFI unit. The most powerful unit in the line up is the range topping 4.0 TFI unit which sees a power development of 552 brake horse power which therefore helps this variant to make the sprint from 0 to 62 miles per hour in just below the four second mark.
The equipment and parts that come along with the car all depend on which trim level you decide to spend your money on. There are a range of new trim levels available for the A7 Sportback which include the SE and the S range topping model. Equipment to come along with the SE include LED headlights,19 inch alloy wheels and four zone automatic air conditioning. Moving on to the S line variant, we see that the German brand have included the likes of matrix LED headlights, 20 inch alloy wheels and the optional extra of a sports suspension system. Audi are one of the brands who constantly include technological advancements within their vehicles and this has been demonstrated this year already by the laser light technology that can be found in their R8 LMX model which was first used in the new BMW i8. Over the years we have seen the company introduce brand new technology and power train features which have been used by other manufacturers around the world including Mercedes amongst others. So can the facelifted A7 Sportback provide these manufacturers with much more to look into when it comes to developing more vehicles in the future?
As we previously stated, the A7 Sportback is on sale right now with deliveries on the car expected to begin towards the end of this year. The mass manufacturer have also confirmed that a purchase price on the vehicle line up will begin at a cost of £45,875.